The aim of this paper is to show how simple computer graphics tools can be used to visualize complex geological configurations. Once that a geologist has modeled various geometries by assembling structured grids, these tools offer him the possibility to explore them in various interactive ways. Different visualization modes give a faithful representation of these data, and direct manipulation with a mouse of the most important parameters that govern this representation allows a fast, easy, attractive and enriching dialogue between the user and its simulation. Some tools for determining and visualizing the intersection of two grids are also available.

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